There are literally thousands of facial cleansers on the market. No wonder it’s impossible to find the best one for your skin type and skin issue. Many people try a cleanser that has worked best for their friend, sister, brother, friend of a friend, etc. Recommendations can be great but not always. Why? The truth is a cleanser that works well for one person doesn’t necessarily mean it’s going to work well for another person. Each of us is different. We all have different makeups of hormones and genetics in addition to having different skin types, different lifestyles, different environments that we live in… the list goes on and on
Pregnancy can cause hormonal changes in the body. If you don’t typically have reoccurring acne, you might find those embarrassing red and white spots popping up on your face and body to be quite a nuisance when you’re pregnant. When you’re expecting, it is recommended to not use skincare or cosmetics that contain chemicals which can be absorbed through the skin and potentially harm you or your baby. That doesn’t mean you have to be stuck with all those blemishes though. Try some of these tips for clearer, healthier skin during pregnancy to help get your pregnancy glow back!
When most people hear that they can apply essential oils to their skin to help clear acne, they immediately think that the oils will make their skin more oily and cause more breakouts. This is completely false. They are not really oils though. Essential oils are not made up of the fatty acids that we find in actual oils. Valerie Gennari Cooksley, who is the author of the book, Aromatherapy: Soothing Remedies to Restore, Rejuvenate, and Heal, describes essential oils as “highly concentrated plant constituents possessing potent medicinal and cosmetic qualities.” You must treat essential oils with extreme care and caution as they are very concentrated. Let’s delve into the wonderful facts and truths about essential oils